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The Battle of Gravelotte/Saint-Privat was not a Prussian “crowning mercy,” as Oliver Cromwell described one of his battles. By day’s end, the French had inflicted more than 20,000 casualties on their attackers, eviscerating some of the best regiments in the Prussian army. They took some 13,000 casualties on their side, then abandoned the field and fell back to Metz, one of Europe’s strongest fortresses. The Prussians, counting their losses and re-forming their ranks, might well have quoted Shakespeare’s Henry V at Agincourt, “I know not if the day be ours or no.”

Jager attended Harry D. Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Illinois, a suburb northwest of Chicago. [2] In 2005, as a junior, he placed 9th at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships in San Diego. [3] In the same year, he lowered his personal best in the mile run to 4:, winning the Midwest Distance Gala. In 2006, as a senior, he ran 8: in the 2 mile, placing 4th at the Nike Outdoor Nationals. At the same meet, he ran 4: in the mile, placing 3rd although he competed in the "B" heat.

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